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  • Yoshitomo Nara Walk On Flip Clock in color
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Yoshitomo Nara Walk On Flip Clock

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This cheeky 12-hour Walk On Flip Clock, a design by Yoshitomo Nara, features 84 original illustrations on the clock’s 24-hour (12 a.m. and 12 p.m.) and 60-minute flaps one for every hour and minute, including a playful illustration of the f-bomb at zero minutes. An amusing design for your desktop or bedside table, the Yoshitomo Nara Walk On Flip Clock is made of plastic and measures 4.15h x 7.65w x 2.95"d. Yoshitomo Nara’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection. Requires one C battery (included). Not recommended for children.
  • Designer
    Yoshitomo Nara
  • Size
    4.15h x 7.65w x 2.95"d
  • Materials
    Plastic
  • Year of Design
    2000
  • Origin
    Hong Kong, SAR China

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